Aya just lost her mom, who has been living as a migrant worker, somewhere else. Her mom has never been home much and that is making the grief process harder on Aya, who does not know what to think and feel.
If you do not want to know anything about the story, just know that is good and very enjoyable. I felt like I had read a full novel after reading the short story. Come back and read the review once you are done Each to Each your self.
I read this story because of it’s Hugo Nomination, so who-ever thinks that the Hugo Nominations don’t matter, please – of course they do – at least to the people voting. Which I am very happy to say I will be this year.
I have no idea how I found The Future Fire – I bet it was a tweet. It is not a magazine I have read anything else from. But the story was good and it was free so I am quite likely to read more from there.